Jeremy Zucker is returning to Manila for a one night show at New Frontier Theater, Quezon City this October 8. This time, he will perform back to back with support act Zack Tabudlo, one of the country’s biggest young singer-songwriters in recent memory.
The singer made his breakthrough with “comethru”, a hit song that triggered a TikTok dance craze. The concert here is part of his More Noise tour and is promoted by Karpos Multimedia. Ticket prices range from P2,500 to P3,500.
When asked last year in an online roundtable media conference about the notable growth in his music on his latest album Crusher, Jeremy said, "I think life isn’t a straight shot to getting better and becoming a better person. It’s full of ebbs and flows, and I think the important thing is knowing that no matter the ups and downs, you’re still heading in the right direction and it was sort of a realization that I wouldn’t be where I am right now without these low moments and I was sort of embracing all of the things before that I used to feel afraid of or ashamed of and specifically like coming off the tail-end of my last album Love Is Not Dying, there was a lot of sympathy and a lot of empathy, and a lot of, like, 'Where do I fit in this whole thing?' feelings. And when I put that out, I got to live with it for four to five months before I started writing music again because of the pandemic and I thought a lot during that time. And now I know, I felt like a little lost after that album and it took me a while to figure out who I was and what I stood for again. Because you know when you get wrapped up, especially with relationships like going through a break-up and going through your crazy situation, it’s really easy to lose yourself when you really have strong feelings. So, yeah, Crusher, is sort of, like, finding myself again, for lack of a better phrase."